PJTC welcomes students and other visitors, and we invite you to participate with us in our religious services. We hope this introduction will provide you with the information you need to understand, feel comfortable, and get the most from your visit. Read More
Come for an evening of togetherness, song and prayer!
Join Judy Callahan, Director of B'nai Simcha Preschool, and Cantor Ruth for a half-hour Shabbat experience filled with music and movement for families with children age seven and under.
Getting Higher and Holier on the High Holy Days
September 10 and 17, 7:30 PM
Shabbat Rinah Service 9:30 AM, September 13
In preparation for the upcoming holidays, Rabbi Joshua Grater will teach " a series of three sessions to be held on two Wednesday evenings, September 10 and 17, at 7:30 PM, and on Shabbat morning, September 13. The Shabbat experience will also be enhanced by music from Jubilation Music. Please RSVP to Debi, Rabbi Grater's assistant, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling the PJTC office.
Religious School students and parents are invited to reconnect, schmooze, and enjoy a festive back-to-school pancake breakfast at 9:15 AM on September 7. Men's Club invites all LBSRS families to ring in 2014 with friends, family and food before the first day of classes. Please RSVP to Bruce at the Temple office (626) 798-1161 or to email@example.com. See you there!
Click here to read Rabbi Grater's daily mediation during the month of Elul.
The Pasadena Jewish Temple & Center (PJTC) is a synagogue and community center affiliated with the Conservative Movement whose members observe a wide range of Jewish beliefs and practices.
PJTC is dedicated to perpetuating all aspects of Jewish life and to fostering a sense of Jewish identity among its members, both as individuals and as a community. The Temple provides an active house of prayer, education and assembly. PJTC seeks to include and accept all those who wish to worship, study, or develop cultural or social ties to Judaism and warmly welcome interfaith and non-traditional families into our community. The Temple provides an active house of prayer, education and assembly. PJTC seeks to include and accept all those who wish to worship, study, or develop cultural or social ties to Judaism and warmly welcome interfaith, LGBTQ and non-traditional families into our community.